Contemporary Central & East European Law

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No. 1 (133) (2019)
Published December 16, 2020
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Call for papers

CC&EEL invites submissions for its Issue 2. You can find details in the Call for papers:


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December 17, 2020

New volume of CC&EEL is out now!

Issue 1 (133) of the Contemporary Central & East European Law has just been published! Don't miss the first volume released after long break. You can find all articles here, while the whole issue is available here.


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December 16, 2020

ILS PAS is recruiting an bilingual: French and English-speaking Editor

Editorial board of the scientific journal ‘Contemporary Central & East European Law’  (published since 1964, titled ‘Droit Polonais Contemporain – Polish Contemporary Law), issued by the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences is seeking an bilingual: French and English-speaking Editor.


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October 29, 2019

Reactivation of the scientific journal

Contemporary Central & East European Law is a scientific journal of the Institute of Law Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences, replacing the suspended in 2000 quarterly bilingual journal published since 1964, titled ‘Droit Polonais Contemporain – Polish Contemporary Law’ (ISSN 0070-7325). Due to its high standards and unique concept, building on the experiences of its predecessor, the CC&EEL will take an important place in the academic world.


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September 23, 2019

Articles

Anna Młynarska-Sobaczewska, Katarzyna Kubuj, Aleksandra Mężykowska
10 - 20
Public Morality as a Legitimate Aim to Limit Rights and Freedoms in the National and International Legal Order
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.01
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Monika Domańska, Dawid Miąsik, Monika Szwarc
21 - 32
The Application of EU Law by Polish Courts. General Remarks on 15 Years of Experience
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.02
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Mateusz Błachucki
33 - 42
The Role of Soft Law in Functioning of Supranational Competition Networks
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.03
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Lavinia Brancusi
43 - 54
Why is the Functionality Doctrine in Trade Mark Law worth Advanced (Re)Consideration?
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.04
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Alina Sperka-Cieciura
55 - 63
The Impact of the Ownership Structure of the Company Managing an Airport on its Functioning
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.05
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Marlena Jankowska
64 - 74
Copyright – an Ally for Fashion in the Intellectual Property Rights System?
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.06
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Agata Kleczkowska
75 - 93
Explaining the Meaning of ‘Grey Zones’ in Public International Law Based on the Example of the Conflict in Ukraine
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.07
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Łukasz Czarnecki
94 - 103
The 2020 Foreign Investment Law of China. Confucianism and New Challenges for Social Development
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.08
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Aleksander Mazan
104 - 117
Representation in the Polish legal system
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.09
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Ewa Suknarowska-Drzewiecka
118 - 131
Polish Employment Law in the Face of Digitization and New Technologies
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.10
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Witold Klaus
132 - 141
Criminalisation of Beggars: the Causes and Consequences of the Phenomenon
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.11
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Hanna Kuczyńska
142 - 160
Nazi Crimes in Poland. A Never-Ending Search for Justice
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.12
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Konrad Buczkowski, Paulina Wiktorska
161 - 170
How Crime has Changed in a Universally Mobile Society, Based on the Example of Poland. A Research Concept
https://doi.org/10.37232/cceel.2019.13
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